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IAPMO Uniform Evaluation Services (UES) Releases Updated Mark Usage Guide

IAPMO Uniform Evaluation Services (UES) is pleased to announce the release of an illustrated Mark Usage Guide, a valuable tool that will help those using IAPMO’s marks of conformity maximize the value of their certification through the proper display and implementation of the marks.

The guide, available via free download from UES’ website displays each mark and describes the many benefits that may be derived from its use.

Bearing the UES mark of conformity provides assurance to regulatory personnel, contractors, specifiers, installers, and end users that products have been evaluated and encourages a review of the evaluation report for product-specific recognition details. For this reason, customers are encouraged to apply the certification mark(s) not just on the product itself, but also on items such as advertisement materials, trade show displays, product catalogs, websites, and news releases. Individuals encountering a UES mark instantly know the product has been evaluated and the results are recorded in a free-to-access evaluation report.

“The completely updated, illustrated version of the Mark Usage Guide will be a great reference for our valued customers to make sure IAPMO’s marks of conformity are being used correctly,” said Richard Beck, PE, CBO, MCP, Vice President of UES.

IAPMO and UES have provided comprehensive certification services throughout the United States since the 1930s and expanded into building components about 10 years ago.

The IAPMO Group offers an extensive menu of consistently priced services — product testing and certification, code and standard development, training and education — offering clients worldwide one-stop shopping for all their building, plumbing, mechanical, and solar needs, all with fast turnaround and industry-renowned customer service. For a complete listing of available services, visit www.iapmo.org.

For details about IAPMO UES evaluation report programs, contact Beck at Richard.Beck@uniform-es.org, (909) 472-4202, or visit www.Uniform-ES.org.

Last modified: August 4, 2017